This conclusion, written
by Horst Niesyto and previously published in "Journal of Educational
Media", Vol. 26, Nr. 3, Oct 2001 (Taylor & Francis), summarises
the main findings of the VideoCulture project, in the light of its
three main research questions. It begins by considering some of
the dynamics and difficulties of interpretation revealed by audience
responses to the VideoCulture films.
It then moves on to consider some
key differences in the productions, and the extent to which these
can be traced to broader cultural and social differences. Finally,
it addresses some of the implications of the research in terms of
pedagogy and future intercultural work of this nature.
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